By Bobby Pollier, EnStarz | Aug 03, 2012 01:08 PM EDT
Most ladies would literally jump at the chance to be in a pool alongside hunky Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte.
However, they may want to seriously reconsider after the on-the-rise swimmer recently came clean to Ryan Seacrest via an interview recording that he indeed drained his lizard in the world renowned pool.
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"I think there's just something about getting into chlorine water that you just automatically go," admitted the swimmer, he stated.
"[I didn't] during the races, but I sure did in warm-up," Lochte revealed.
Apparently this was not a revelation, as most of the competing swimmers do the deed during their warm-ups and practices; according to an interview question that former US swimmer Carly Geehr had answered through Quora yesterday.
The shameless female ex-swimmer had the following to say regarding pool urination:
"Nearly 100 percent. Some deny it, some proudly embrace it, but everyone does it," she proclaimed.
Geehr also went on to elaborate on her touch admission.
"Warmup/practice - totally free reign. As a swimmer, you just have to accept that you're swimming in pee. I had a teammate that would sit on the wall and announce 'I'm peeing!' which was ... disgusting ... but at least she warned us. I'm sure I've swum directly behind people who were just letting it all out," she said.
"Just about the only time you can get away with peeing during a race is during a breaststroke pullout. You spend enough time gliding that if you really gotta go, you probably could. Otherwise, you're too tense and too, well, busy to even think about peeing," Geehr further admitted.
If I may steal a line from the infamous "Billy Madison," if peeing your pants is cool, consider both Lochte and Geehr - Myles Davis!
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